Noah Feldman joins Walter Isaacson to discuss a “Supreme Court” for Facebook.
Russia experts Evelyn Farkas and Dimitri Simes discuss the impeachment trial.
Former White House speechwriter Sarah Hurwitz discusses her book "Here All Along."
NPR host Steve Inskeep describes America's first political power couple.
Peggy Orenstein joins the program to discuss her book “Boys and Sex.”
National Geographic Fellow Dan Beuttner discusses the Blue Zones Project.
Father Greg Boyle discusses his organization, Homeboy Industries.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Discusses "Finding Your Roots."
Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest discusses the fires in Australia.
Former Governor Jennifer Granholm and former Mayor Andrew Gillum join the program.
Bernard-Henri Lévy joins the program to discuss his new documentaries.
Journalist Afua Hirsch and royal historian Robery Lacey join the program.
Gretchen Carlson talks eliminating non-disclosure agreements in the workplace.
Oren Falkowitz talks preventing hacking in the 2020 elections.
Ukranian Deputy Foreign Minister Danylo Lubvinsky joins the program.
Mohammad Ali Shabani analyzes the protests in Iran.
Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes is against corporate monopolies.
Iran experts Richard Dalton and Barbara Slavin weigh in on U.S. and Iran's relationship.
Former Canadian Ambassador Michael Kergin discusses the tragic Tehran plane crash.